Office Administrator Ethiopia
The Office Administrator will support all aspects of programme delivery from the Addis Ababa Programme Hub. The post holder will provide administrative, financial and logistical support to programme activities and facilitate strong day to day working relationships between programme staff, consultants, partners and grant recipients. The post-holder will need to apply a very strong understanding of control principles, procedures and policy frameworks within very tight timescales to ensure that programme activity being delivered by British Council staff and partners is adequately supported.
- Fluency in English. (C1 or IELTS 6.5), Amharic and / or language spoken and used in one of the regional states
- First degree or equivalent professional experience in logistics management, project management, business administration finance or related discipline
- Professional logistics management qualification desirable
- Minimum of 3 years experience in a similar role managing client funded projects and or grants
- Office Administration - Ability to maintain and organise data, paper records and office resources and make logistical and travel arrangements under time pressure
- Financial Management – a thorough understanding of procurement and financial control principles within the British Council / donor funded environment.
Please refer to the role profile for more information on the role responsibilities/accountabilities and person specification, by clicking on the links for relevant document to support your application:
Office Administrator Ethiopia Role Profile.pdf
Note that you should only fill out the application after thoroughly reading through the ROLE PROFILE & GUIDANCE NOTES.
If you are interested in the post and feel that you are suitable for the role, then we would really like to hear from you. Please apply by 9 February 2020 (23:59 UK Time)
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